Patient :I want to get an IUD and had an appt and talked to a doctor. She said to get it put in on my period for the least pain. Now she is out of the office while I need to get one put in. My period will be almost gone or totally gone the day she gets back. Will my cervix still be soft enough for a lower-pain insertion of Skyla (IUD). Or should I go to another doctor I've never met?
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